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Hierarchical Order of Influence of Mix Variables Affecting ...

Experiments have been conducted to study the effect of addition of fly ash, copper slag, and steel and polypropylene fibres on compressive strength of concrete and to determine the hierarchical order of influence of the mix variables in affecting the strength using cluster analysis experimentally. While fly ash and copper slag are used for partial replacement of cement and fine …

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Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate With Fly Ash And It ...

future use of the Fly Ash as sand in concrete. 4. Morrison and Richardson., (2004) stated in their study of Re-use of zinc smelting furnace fly ash in concrete, studied environmental concerns associated with the reuse of slag in concrete due to the presence of heavy metals like Zinc and Lead.

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Experimental Study on High Performance Concrete by using ...

Hence, copper slag which is the industrial by-product is used as a partial replacement of fine aggregate by (0%, 15%, 30%, 45%, 60% and 75%) with 20% of fly ash by the volume of cement with water cement ratio 0.36.

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Utilisation of glass powder in high strength copper slag ...

This study was focused on the use of partial replacement of cement with glass powder in high strength concrete and also copper slag as a partial replacement of coarse sand in concrete. The high strength concrete was prepared with different mineral admixtures like silica fume, fly ash and rice ash husk in different proportions.

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A Review on Partial Substitution of Copper Slag with Sand ...

copper slag as a substitution replacement material of sand. Copper slag which is an industrial waste product can be used as replacement for cement with sand and contributes to the increase in various mechanical properties of concrete. Copper slag can be used up to 30% but when used ahead of 50% results in decrease in strengths. [13]

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A Review of Geo Polymer Concrete by Using Various ...

glass powder, Fly Ash, copper slag and Steel slag, Granite slurry,bottom ash,M-Sand, Micro Silica, Nano Silica, Foundry Sand, etc. This paper describes the literature which isbased on Geo polymer concrete in which various industrial wastes such as waste glass powder, Fly Ash, Bottom Ash, Copper Slag etc., replaced

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An Experimental Study on Partial Eplacement of Cement by ...

temperature. fly ash has lime silica content as like cement and the properties of fly ash is similar to cement so the fly ash is used in concrete, fly ash is a constituent material used in concrete rather than cement. It will enhance the workability and strength in the concrete. Fly ash mainly causes land filling problems so to overcome the ...

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Binary ConcreteExpansion by means of Copper Slag, Fly Ash ...

research work on the properties of Copper Slag, Sugarcane Bagasse Ash, and Rice Husk Ash, and Fly Ash when castoff as a partial replacement for Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC-53) in M25 grade

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Toc H Institute of Science & Technology, Arakunnam, Kerala ...

concrete mixtures in which fine aggregate (sand) was partially replaced with fly ash, copper slag and granite powder using M 30 grade concrete. Fine aggregate (sand) was replaced with four different percentages (0%, 25%, 50% and 75%) of fly ash, copper slag and granite powder by weight. Tests were performed for properties of fresh concrete.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF …

by-product or wastes such as fly-ash, zeolite, GGBS, silica fume, copper slag etc. are generated by industries, which causes environmental as well as health problems due to dumping and disposal. Study has been carried out to explore the possibility of using zeolite and copper slag as a partial replacement of Cement and Fine Aggregate

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(PDF) Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate

The 40 % copper slag replacement shows a higher compressive strength and tensile strength at 28 days and 56 days for (C25/30) and (C30/37) mixes [12].The combination of fly ash, copper slag, and ...

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(PDF) UTILIZATION OF COPPER SLAG AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT ...

For flexural strength copper slag concrete with 30% replacement of fly ash shows a aggressive acceptable strength of 3.94 MPa and for concrete without using fly ash showed a strength3MPa. And concrete with 50% fly ash replacement showed strength of 3.62 MPa which is also in acceptable range. REFRENCES [1].

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Mechanical and Durability Properties of RC Beams Using ...

the various corrosion and durability tests on concrete containing copper slag as partial replacement of sand and cement. For this research work, M20 grade concrete was used and the tests were conducted for various proportions of copper slag replacement with …

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PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FLY ASH BASED GEOPOLYMER …

To study the Partial replacement of fly ash based geopolymer concrete with various proportions of copper slag as fine aggregate. 1.3.2 Objective This research is intended to examine the partial replacement of copper slag as fine aggregate in fly ash based geopolymer concrete. Bulk The main objective of replacement of fine

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Fresh And Hardened Properties Of Fly Ash Based Geopolymer ...

replacement of cement or as a partial replacement of fine aggregates or total replacement of fine aggregate and as supplementary addition to achieve different properties of concrete. Fig1: fly ash dumped yard Table: 1 Chemical composition of Fly ash, Copper slag and Cement Component Fly ash Copper slag Cement SiO2 33.05 21.1

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An Experimental Study on Glassfibre Reinforced Self ...

of fly ash resulted in increase of 28 days compressive strength of concrete. E. Sureshkumar et al (2013), in the work Experimental Investigation of Self - Compacting Concrete using Copper Slag examined the possibility of using copper slag as partial replacement of …

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Study on the performance of concrete using sugarcane ...

In case of concrete construction, these objectives can be fulfilled by partial replacement of cement and aggregates with agrowaste like sugarcane bagasse ash, rice husk ash etc. and industrial waste like copper slag, steel slag, fly ash, coal bottom ash etc.

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Experimental Study on Concrete with Partial Replacement of ...

The replacement of copper slag as sand attained high strength of at 40% replacement than conventional concrete, further replacements also has increased strength. ... It was sieved through 90micron sieve for the purpose of concreting samples as a partial replacement of cement. Fly ash was partially replaced in place of cement by the percentages ...

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Effect of copper slag as a fine aggregate on the ...

2.3.. Copper slagCopper slag used in this work was brought from Oman Mining Company, which produces an annual average of 60,000 tons. In preparation of cement mortars, the sand and copper slag particles used were those passing 850 μm and retained on 600 μm according to OS26-1981 .The copper slag was ground in the laboratory into a fine powder to the required size …

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Hierarchical order of influence of mix variables affecting ...

While fly ash and copper slag are used for partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate, respectively, defined quantities of steel and polypropylene fibres were added to the mixes. ... increase in fly ash-cement ratio the concrete strength decreases and with the increase in copper slag-sand ratio also the rate of strength decrease and (ii ...

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Study of Strength Properties of Concrete by Partial ...

Now we are doing this investigation by dividing the fineness ratios percentages as 15% of fly ash as replacement of cement and 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% of copper slag as replacement of sand. Where the replacement of cement by fly ash is same at all percentage replacements of fine aggregate.

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Partial replacement of Fine aggreggate by Copper Slag and ...

14 Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Copper Slag And Cement By Fly Ash Ammini College Of Engineering, Mankara, Palakkad 12) T.G.S Kiran, and M.K.M.V Ratnam, (2014), A study on Fly Ash as a Partial Replacement of Cement in …

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Experimental Analysis with Partial Replacement with Wood ...

Experimental Analysis with Partial Replacement with Wood Ash, Quarry Dust and Copper Slag for Light Weight Concrete Satya Prakash Nirapure1 Prof. Rajesh Joshi2 2Professor & Head of Department 1,2Department of Civil Engineering 1,2RGPM, Bhopal (M.P.), India Abstract—The primary elements of aggregate in concrete

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Partial Replacement of Cement with Quarry Dust and Rice ...

Partial Replacement of Cement with Quarry Dust and Rice Husk Ash in Concrete 1Assistant Professor, ... granite fines, quarry dust, fly ash, copper slag, steel slag etc.., Among them we preferred quarry dust and rice husk ash. ... Aggregates are inert granular materials such as sand, gravel, or crushed stone that, along with water and Portland ...

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Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Copper Slag ...

and partial replacement of cement by Fly Ash and its compare with controlled cubes. Fine Aggregates are replaced by copper slag for various percentages 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and and cement with additionally used material of Fly Ash for various percentage 25%, 50%, 75% and and

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Copper Slag | Buildex

One of the greatest potential applications for reusing copper slag is in cement and concrete production. Many researchers have investigated the use of copper slag in the production of cement, mortar, and concrete as mixed with lime stone powder, dust, cement replacement, use as partial replacement of coarse, and fine aggregates.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BOND STRENGTH AND FLEXURAL …

forM20 grade of concrete mixes with partial replacement of Fine Aggregate (Sand) with Copper Slag. Compressive Strength at the ages of 7, 28 &90 days for various combinations of Copper Slag and Sand were investigated. Sand was replaced with Copper Slag by 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50%. Compressive Strength of Copper Slag

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Experimental Study on Self Compacting Self Curing Concrete ...

The optimum dosage of Copper Slag by the replacement of fine aggregate in different percentages of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50% in Self-Compacting Self-Curing Concrete is obtained and their strength parameters are compared with normal Self Compacting Self-Curing Concrete. The utilization Fly Ash and Copper Slag which indirectly facilitate waste ...

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Abstract of Use of Copper Slag and Fly Ash in High Strength Co

Use of Copper Slag and Fly Ash in High Strength Concrete. J. Ramesh Kumar, K. V. Ramana. Abstract: An experimental investigation was conducted to study the effect of using copper slag as a fine aggregate and the effect fly ash as partial replacement of cement on the properties high strength concrete. Totally ten concrete mixtures were prepared.

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A Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by Micro Silica ...

Silica fume and 40% copper slag replacement. A. Deepika, S. Krishnamoorthi, G. S. Rampradheep, have done a "Studyon the properties of Self-consolidating concrete with fly ash and Silica fume" and found out that at 10% replacement level the mix have good compressive strength (43.5 N/mm2) compared to 20%, 30% replacement levels.

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Evaluation of mechanical properties of concrete ...

Fly ash can be replaced by cement between 15% and 35% without having any impact on the compressive and flexural strength of concrete.Manufacturers of concrete usually limit the quantity of fly ash to be around 25 percent or less by weight . More percentage of fly ash in the concrete reduces the slump value and reduces the workability of the mix.

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(PDF) Performance of Fly Ash and Copper Slag based ...

In this study, copper slag was used as a partial replacement of fine aggregates at different levels (0%, 20%, 40%, and 60%) by weight. ... The characteristic of fly ash, GGBS and M-Sand is studied ...

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Copper Slag - Loose Copper Slag Manufacturer from Ahmedabad

Copper Slag has similar properties to sand and is a very effective substitute during monsoon (rainy) season. Further, Copper Slag is also used in the production of cement, mortar, and concrete as a raw material for clinker, cement replacement, coarse and fine aggregates.

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